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The Student News Site of Lakeside School

Tatler

The Student News Site of Lakeside School

Tatler

Fall Play 2021: Listening and Being Heard
Fall Play 2021: Listening and Being Heard
Hallie X. ’23 October 5, 2021

Talking to people and being seen is terrifying, and this is coming from me as a drama kid. Back in 2019, I was still a freshman, brand new to...

The Tatler Interview: A Conversation With Dr. Kai Bynum
The Tatler Interview: A Conversation With Dr. Kai Bynum
Aaron Z. ’23 October 5, 2021

On Tuesday, September 13, incoming Head of School Dr. Kai Bynum graciously met with Aaron Z. ’23 to talk about life, Lakeside, and literature....

Metro Buses Return: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Metro Buses Return: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Rohan D. '25 October 5, 2021

“Wrap yourself in a jacket, and sleep.” During the pandemic, Lakeside switched from the King County Metro system it had used for over...

What It Feels Like to Be Back in-Person: The Return to Crew in 2021
What It Feels Like to Be Back in-Person: The Return to Crew in 2021
Sophie W. ’24 October 5, 2021

At the beginning of quarantine, the crew boathouse was an empty shell of its former self. Void of the chatter and noise of daily practices, it...

The Tatler Interview: A Conversation With Dr. Kai Bynum
The Tatler Interview: A Conversation With Dr. Kai Bynum
Aaron Z. ’23 October 5, 2021

On Tuesday, September 13, incoming Head of School Dr. Kai Bynum graciously met with Aaron Z. ’23 to talk about life, Lakeside, and literature....

Metro Buses Return: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Metro Buses Return: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Rohan D. '25 October 5, 2021

“Wrap yourself in a jacket, and sleep.” During the pandemic, Lakeside switched from the King County Metro system it had used for over...

Alums Modernize Gender-Affirming Healthcare
Alums Modernize Gender-Affirming Healthcare
Eliot A. ’24 October 5, 2021

“Dr. Weimer is someone who I admire in basically everything she does,” says UCLA medical student Lane Kantor. Although Kantor (who uses they/them...

Risk, Responsibility, and the Future of GSL
Risk, Responsibility, and the Future of GSL
Stellan M. '23 and Gene Y. '23 October 5, 2021

More than nearly missing his flight to Fiji or riding through the mountains in the back of a pickup truck, more than the afternoons spent playing...

Portables’ Future Remains in Flux
Portables’ Future Remains in Flux
Jackson B. ’25 October 5, 2021

Past Allen-Gates, the serenity is suddenly interrupted by a collection of blatant white blocks, heavy in the middle of the softball field. As...

Dr. Dounas-Frazer, a new teacher in the science and math departments.
Lakeside Welcomes New Faculty
Edward Y. ’23 September 7, 2021

September has rolled around once more, and Red Square is buzzing with the energy of a new school year. This year, alongside the new freshman...

What It Feels Like to Be Back in-Person: The Return to Crew in 2021
What It Feels Like to Be Back in-Person: The Return to Crew in 2021
Sophie W. ’24 October 5, 2021

At the beginning of quarantine, the crew boathouse was an empty shell of its former self. Void of the chatter and noise of daily practices, it...

Transcendent: Lakeside, Tokyo, and the Force of Recognition 
Transcendent: Lakeside, Tokyo, and the Force of Recognition 
Michael Y. ’24 September 7, 2021

From the start, it was obvious that this year’s Tokyo Olympics were going to be different. With the very justifiability of holding the Games...

The FDA Made the Right Call. It Still Hurts.
Minoo J. ’24 October 5, 2021

I hate shots. You hate shots. But if all that separated us and the end of the pandemic was just one more dose of the COVID vaccine, we’d all...

Texas protesters marching down Congress Ave, outside the state capitol. (Sergio Flores, Rolling Stones)
Texas Is Violating Health Care Rights: What You Can Do To Help
Lucy K. ’24 October 5, 2021

“Barbaric.” “A huge step backwards.” “Are we living in a dystopia?” This is what Lakeside students think of Texas’s Senate Bill...

Gabi G. ’24 leading a physics brainstorm. (Angelique G. ’24)
Should Participation Be Graded?
Raina W. ’24 and Lorelei S. ’25 October 5, 2021

As Lakeside students settle into their classes, the debate over whether or not participation should be graded remains heated. In this article,...

Humanity Peaked in 1984: A Confused Review of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
Humanity Peaked in 1984: A Confused Review of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
Yoon L.’23 October 5, 2021

The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension is undoubtedly a movie. While students and faculty alike walked around campus, some...

Fall Play 2021: Listening and Being Heard
Fall Play 2021: Listening and Being Heard
Hallie X. ’23 October 5, 2021

Talking to people and being seen is terrifying, and this is coming from me as a drama kid. Back in 2019, I was still a freshman, brand new to...

Caitlyn Rosellini Offers New Perspective on Cheer
Caitlyn Rosellini Offers New Perspective on Cheer
Fiona L. ’24 October 5, 2021

Last month, Tatler published an article entitled Cheer: Outdated or Due for a Comeback? Some in Lakeside’s community were especially interested...

Girl Meets Lakeside: A History of Co-Education
Girl Meets Lakeside: A History of Co-Education
Estelle L. ’24 and Zora S. ’23 October 5, 2021

“Virgor Vivat Virilus:” the final, although ironically misspelled, words of Lakeside’s last all-male class. This message, translating to...